New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Bryce will have a change of clothes in the team’s wild card game against the Chicago Bears on Sunday afternoon.
Bryce plans to wear custom-made black and gold buttons, which include famous league baseball room Ted Williams, Ken Griffi Jr., Sachal Page and Nolan Ryan.
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The 41-year-old quarterback announced his fandom for Williams. He even wears number 9 in honor of the legendary Boston Red Sox player. Breeze, who is from Dallas, Texas, also grew up watching Ryan introduce himself to the Texas Rangers.
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Brees will seek to lead the Saints over the bears in Sunday’s match. New Orleans was sent home early last season due to a Minnesota Vikings disorder and will look to fix it against the Bears.
During his regular season game, Bryce made 31 of 41 assists for 280 yards and two touchdowns in the Saints’ 26-23 overtime victory over Chicago. Running back, Alvin Camara amassed 67 quick yards on 12 runs and added nine receptions for 96 receiving yards.
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Nick Falls, who made 28 of 41 assists for 272 yards and two results, led the way to the Bears in the quarterback position. Now Mitchell Trubiski will be below the center of Chicago in his playoff match.
If the Saints take down Chicago, New Orleans will face Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Bookers for the third time this season. If the Bears upset the Saints, Chicago will face the Packers for the third time.